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Building the world's tallest tower, a civil engineer questions his existence.
Frankie Howerd welcomes Anita Harris, Aidan J, Harvey, George Roper and Bill McGuffie.
A country aristocrat dreaming of romance finds adulthood and marriage horribly real.
3/3 A respectable elderly lady is found dead from natural causes. Or was it murder?
Coleridge reflects on his personal and professional setbacks. Stars Tom Wilkinson.
5/6 The perils of learning a language by audio tape and crossing the line in property desire.
2/3 Headmistress Sarah Burton decides Lydia must not be allowed to lose a scholarship.
1/5 Fire-proof grease, happy accidents and the doggy doorbell. Presented by Matthew Harvey.
4/6 Outraged by an optician's dispute, Arthur seeks high office in the council elections.
2/13 Medic Simon Sparrow gets saddled with vampish landlady Mrs Robinson.
The cheeky youngster misses out on a zoo trip, when he's suspected of having measles.
1/5 Young Bernie takes on his most challenging computer game yet. With Mike McShane.
1/3 When the Germans invade Poland in 1939, the Balicki family are suddenly torn apart by war.
From The Beatles to Bowie - sculptor Antony Gormley's castaway choices.
Roy dislikes his nice new school jacket so much that losing it becomes a mission.
8/8 Author Christopher Brookmyre speaks to comedian Mark Watson.
1/3 Digs, dressing rooms and dancing at the right height - all part of life in the chorus line
Discovering a colleague dead, councillor Helena Kerr soon suspects who the killer is.
Mel recaps the highlights of this week's 4 O'Clock Show programmes.
3/10 After his honeymoon, Arthur Askey truly learns about life in digs.
4/4 With the base facing destruction, the Time Lord battles to secure the anti-virus.
3/4 Malcolm discovers why he ended up in the sewers of Moscow, and is asked to complete a task
6/7 George is due in court - and BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General.
Host Arthur Smith is joined for more music by Ade Edmondson and Phill Jupitus.
1/6 From the pirate ships to the life of Norman Tonsil, the station wallows in nostalgia.
2/6 Howard and Vince set out to find the zoo's former owner Tommy.
Monday 5 November 2012